Oh my, what a fragile piece, “The Moon Song” from “Her” by the ethereal Karen O (here's the complete duet with Ezra Koenig; and if you want to listen to the full soundtrack score by Arcade Fire: there you go).
But since I couldn’t decide on the version, here’s another beautiful one - with director Spike Jonze joining her on the guitar:

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Not sure if you are sick and tired of all the hipster beards – or still kinda amused?

Here’s the absolutely most hilarious take on facial hair. Ever. I promise.
For his daily photo project “Will it Beard”, Pierce Thiot sticks all sorts of things in his, well, face.
Straws, slinkies, dinosaurs, floss, toothpicks, spaghetti, paper umbrellas, you name it (I mean … just take a look at the archive!)

Men w/ beard AND self-irony are the best.


P.S.: The flowers above are a subtle salute to the blooming spring outside.

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(via WillItBeard)

In other words: just dive in.
Phew, this is one cool bedding. Preferably used for beds in huge white lofts, of course.It’s designed by the wonderfully crazy people of “Snurk" in the Netherlands. Their trademark is to turn different materials and surfaces into photo prints, be it cable knits, cobble stones, or crumpled cardboard. The price depends on the size, the 140x220 version is ca. 59,95 Euros.(Ok, not all of the prints are my taste, but the Astronaut would be very cool for a kid, and this is a really surprsing idea for lovers of plain white sheets. You’ll see, I promise!)

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(pic via Snurk)

In other words: just dive in.

Phew, this is one cool bedding. Preferably used for beds in huge white lofts, of course.
It’s designed by the wonderfully crazy people of “Snurk" in the Netherlands. Their trademark is to turn different materials and surfaces into photo prints, be it cable knits, cobble stones, or crumpled cardboard. The price depends on the size, the 140x220 version is ca. 59,95 Euros.

(Ok, not all of the prints are my taste, but the Astronaut would be very cool for a kid, and this is a really surprsing idea for lovers of plain white sheets. You’ll see, I promise!)

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(pic via Snurk)


… and now I’m hungry. Great.
It’s all Karo Rigaud’s fault. The meat prints (limited editions) of the Berlin based illustrator and graphic designer are just mouth-wateringly beautiful.
And where there is meat, there has to be this, too:
You want more?There you go:

The above beef poster is by Etsy-Artist Peter Hamilton, a.k.a. “Pigeon Editions” - and just so that you know, his shop is a rabbit hole. All I’m saying is: “oil cans”, “vintage film canisters" or "history of golf balls”. My, oh, my.
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(pics via Karo Rigaud, Pigeon Editions)

… and now I’m hungry. Great.

It’s all Karo Rigaud’s fault. The meat prints (limited editions) of the Berlin based illustrator and graphic designer are just mouth-wateringly beautiful.

And where there is meat, there has to be this, too:

You want more?
There you go:

The above beef poster is by Etsy-Artist Peter Hamilton, a.k.a. “Pigeon Editions” - and just so that you know, his shop is a rabbit hole. All I’m saying is: “oil cans”, “vintage film canisters" or "history of golf balls”. My, oh, my.

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(pics via Karo Rigaud, Pigeon Editions)



Kitsch as kitsch can: palm trees, Hawaii vibes, and a couple of sunsets thrown in, too.
The pouches by “Samudra" (60 USD) are exactly what we need right now.
In other words: summer, yay!
(here’s more)
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(pics @ Samudra)

Kitsch as kitsch can: palm trees, Hawaii vibes, and a couple of sunsets thrown in, too.

The pouches by “Samudra" (60 USD) are exactly what we need right now.

In other words: summer, yay!

(here’s more)

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(pics @ Samudra)

In case you haven’t heard: pocket squares are back. OK, let’s say: the Finnish guys behind “Fat Cloth" more or less demand that the colorful thingies for men make a comeback. As of: now.

They are quirky. And don’t take themselves too seriously. Just look at “Stanley”, the first picture above (yes, each square has a name and a portrait printed in one corner): this purple rain pattern is so much in your face that you have to applaud every guy who’s wearing it with a wink and a smirk.

Or a baseball cap and checkered shirt (with “Earl Red”).
(names of individual designs see image captions)

Ok, I’m rambling, I get it. Sorry. Just two more things: they cost between 20 and 29 euros, shipping in Europe is free. Plus, they insist that you use it to mop your sweaty brow and dirty glasses, too.

Here’s more,
here you learn how to fold them,
AND you can even design a pattern yourself.

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(all pics via FatCloth)

Just ‘cause.


Let’s bring it on, guys.
The oversized posters by Debbie Carlos are insanely beautiful – flowers in black and white, that’s just brillant. Let alone the rest of her collection, over there on Etsy.
(… and, they are just 37,40 euros …)
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(pics @ Debbie Carlos)

Let’s bring it on, guys.

The oversized posters by Debbie Carlos are insanely beautiful – flowers in black and white, that’s just brillant. Let alone the rest of her collection, over there on Etsy.

(… and, they are just 37,40 euros …)


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(pics @ Debbie Carlos)

Construction workes are making our time - 24h a day, minute by minute. Literally. This is what the phenomenal project “Standard Time" by Mark Formanek is all about.

Alright, I know, it’s not brandnew, I’ve just forgotten about it for some time. But it’s still one of the best, most brilliant and subtlest ideas I know.

You can buy the endless loop for your computer, watch time pass and see 24 hours of a day in Berlin. As if each day is the first day of your life.

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Ok, see you - I’m off to … my new home.Yeah. I wish.And just to make you jealous: this is a portable home. Seriously!
What an insanely beautiful project by Spanish architects “Àbaton”.More pictures here.
//(via Ignant // pic @ Juan Baraja)

Ok, see you - I’m off to … my new home.
Yeah. I wish.
And just to make you jealous: this is a portable home. Seriously!


What an insanely beautiful project by Spanish architects “Àbaton”.
More pictures here.


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(via Ignant // pic @ Juan Baraja)

Accent theme by Handsome Code

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Just a quick glance.
Then it got me.
For 25 seconds.
That's all I can spare.

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